Dodge Sofas With Grace (Or Don't) In A Free Video Game Of Jamiroquai's "Virtual Insanity"
In 1996, Jamiroquai delivered what is likely their career-defining moment in the now iconic video for "Virtual Insanity" which found Jay Kay doing the rope-a-dope with some leather-clad couches, perhaps the very first instance in which the "future-soul" stamp became both necessary and proper. And seeing as how you've probably longed for the day that you could recreate that audiovisual treasure, it seems wholly fitting that today, in the age of browser-clad MPCs and Mario adventures, we'd get our shot at it. The good, program savvy folks at GameJolt (the internet's premier purveyor of indie games) have provided the world with precisely that opportunity, releasing a free to play and download web-top game of that cherished visual treatment, granting you the reigns of Jay Kay's sofa dodging gymnastics to waste your day away. So if you've ever had a hankering to get all graceful in your own form of "Virtual Insanity," please do. Just don't get too caught up, as this thing is dangerously addicting. Watch a short clip of the Jamiroquai video game in action and then hit the link to try your hand.
>>>Play The Jamiroquai Video Game (via GameJolt)